Bertha-> Minglewood Blues-> Candyman, Little Red Rooster, Bird Song, El Paso, Tennessee Jed, It's All Over Now, Lazy Lightning-> Supplication-> Might As Well
Scarlet Begonias-> Fire On The Mountain-> Lost Sailor-> Saint Of Circumstance-> Drums-> Truckin'-> Wharf Rat-> Around & Around-> Goin' Down The Road Feelin' Bad-> Johnny B. Goode, E: It's All Over Now Baby Blue
April 24, 2013 Subject:
My first show
This is the one that started it all for me. 75 shows later, this is still my favorite. There is a moment during Fire on the Mountain where Jerry just totally nails it and the crowd has a mutual musical orgasm...listen for it during the second jam, the crowd just totally peaks together, not really a cheer so much as a audible thrill!
June 23, 2012 Subject:
agreement with gull king.
this supplication is pretty furious. i personally like how they dipped that track in reverb. in the industry, its called "star maker"...ha! all of hunter seamon's matrices are killer. like the title says, i gotta go with the gull king! plus think about this: this show is in minnesota in 1982. this is they best thing that ever happened to the twin cities other than the movie fargo. one last point: jerry is on fire here. just go with it, its the grateful dead.
I think the guy below me is way off about the LL>Supplication. To me it's some of the most interesting music they've ever done, and this Supplication is really great. Other than that, I agree with it all. Would have never found the show if I didn't log on the same day he reviewed it, so cheers! Jerry is really into it tonight! I give 5 because I'd personally be having the time of my life at a gig like this. A standout for the year. 5 for Hunter Seamons as usual, too!
Both sets are wonderful, especially Bird Song and Scarlet/Fire. Really, with the exception of Lazy Lightning, set one couldn't get any better. LL is probably a good one for those who like that song, but there's a ton of echo that drowns it. And set II rips, all of it. Again, Scarlet/Fire is exceptional!